Japan's Jumpy Markets Headed For Calmer Waters -Strategist - Presented by: The Aol. On Network

For a while, Tokyo's stock exchange was better than a bank machine. If you had bought a thousand dollars worth of Nikkei index funds just before the Bank of Japan launched its monetary stimulus drive, you could have earned more than 300 dollars. A hefty 33% return. But only if you sold everything on May 23. That's when the market peaked. Since then, it's gotten ugly. Shares have wiped out the gains made since April 4 -- the day the central bank pledged to flood the market with liquidity.



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Company Last Sale Change Net / %
BAC $ 16.15 0.02 ▲ 0.12%
FB $ 58.94 0.78 ▼ 1.31%
GE $ 26.56 0.44 ▲ 1.68%
QQQ $ 86.20 0.02 ▲ 0.02%
CSCO $ 23.21 0.18 ▲ 0.78%
MU $ 23.91 1.43 ▲ 6.36%
ZNGA $ 4.289 0.18 ▲ 4.36%
MSFT $ 40.01 0.39 ▼ 0.97%

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